Month: July 2017

Lesson 4 – Lessons in Biodiversity: the Writings of Aldo Leopold

 Lesson No. 4Lessons in Biodiversity: the Writings of Aldo Leopold(Thinking Like a Mountain & Escudilla)Target Audiences – Environmental Science, Biology, Ecology, and Language Arts students.Objectives:This lesson is designed to a) supplement discussion and understanding of the concept of biodiversity, b) introduce students to the conservation philosophy of Aldo Leopold, c) foster understanding of the role…

Critter Corner No 19 – The Fox Squirrel By George Sly

Critter Corner No. 19(photo by Judy Gallagher – the Fox Squirrel as a member of the GPFWA fauna may seem a bit surprising. After all, we normally associate the property with wetland and prairie habitats primarily. These are hardly the sorts of places one would expect to find an arboreal (tree dwelling) mammal. But…